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This Yamaha baby grand piano, model G1F, was purchased new in the 1990s and is ready for a new home. At 5'3" in length, it is large enough to provide a full and robust tone while occupying a relatively small footprint. It could quite possibly be the ideal professional-grade piano for a home setting. It's a very satisfying musical instrument, with a characteristically Yamaha tone: Crisp and clear, but with a deep and resonant bass that provides ample body.
Over the years, the Yamaha G and C series became very similar in design. By the mid-1990s the design of the G1 so closely resembled the larger C-series grands that Yamaha decided to simplify their product lines by renaming the G1, making it the new model C1 (now known as the C1X). In most respects, this 1990s G1 differs from the much more expensive C1X in name only; it makes this piano a tremendous value.
Yamaha pianos feature ebony finishes almost exclusively - it's extremely rare that we come across one featuring this ribbon mahogany finish. It's a great choice for more classic interiors and rooms where a black piano would be inappropriate.
With the comparable Japan-made Yamaha baby grand (the model C1X) selling for nearly $43,000, you'll appreciate the tremendous value afforded by this piano. It's not to be confused with the more entry-level Yamahas commonly available on the new piano market in this size range.
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